It's a tough time for Redskins defensive backs, apparently. First the news that DeAngelo Hall owes thousands in back property taxes in Virginia and now, far more importantly to Redskins fans, safety Laron Landry had toe surgery on June 23 and is trying to recover quickly.This is a big year for Landry. He really disappointed last season with poor tackling and an inability to stop other teams from making big passing plays over the top of the defense. Despite his great athleticism, he's been unable to fulfill the potential that goes with being the 6th overall pick in the  NFL Draft. Landry has a grand total of 3 sacks and 3 interceptions in his 3 NFL seasons, a clear indicator of how he's struggled to make big plays in a Gregg Williams or Greg Blache defense. The big pay day Landry is looking for soon won't come unless he puts a strong season together for Jim Haslett and the Redskins defense. He needs to make some big plays near the line of scrimmage and tighten up his tackling considerably. If he can't do that, he'll probably be playing football in another town next season -- and for a lot less money than he's hoping for.